Homebrew Discussion Confirmed: Mario All Stars 3D Collection have 3 emulators

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These images show configuration files and even the same roms inside the game, running on PC:
Green Joy-Con D-Pad Shells for Nintendo Switch

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Edit: More info:
https://gbatemp.net/threads/super-mario-3d-all-stars-rom-leaked-4-days-ahead-of-release.573679/

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replied to the wrong thread before, but the message is the same:

What's there to figure out though? Couldn't we just exchange "rom:/MarioSunshine/Super_Mario_Sunshine_Stardust-trimmed.gcm" with any other gamecube-.gcm rom?
Maybe prototype through LayeredFS and all that jazz.
I am very excited for the performance of other roms on this proprietary emulator.

I guess the only things that need to be considered are:
- Gamecube: Analog-triggers, maybe it's fixed like in Sunshine, "R" for half-pressed and "RZ" for full-press
- Wii: Check whether a non-port rom works out, also pay attention to how wiimote-nunchuck/classic controller is supported by certain games
 
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These images show configuration files and even the same roms inside the game, running on PC:
Green Joy-Con D-Pad Shells for Nintendo Switch

M3R3p9g.png


Source: https://twitter.com/RetroGamer_74/status/1305795758097137666

Woow! This makes sense, considering that graphic-wise the games didn't seem to change when compared to the original releases. Except for the optimisation of the screen resolution to make it look better in the Switch.

So, in the end, we are really buying emulated games from Nintendo.

Isn't Super Mario All-Stars (25th Anniversary Edition) for the Wii an emulated rom too?
 
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Has anyone tried to swap out the roms yet, or is that coming up next?

Just seeing the simple fact that the roms are hardcorded should mean we SHOULD be able to change out the roms.
Though strange how they're checking the hash aswell. Perhaps anti-modification, but that should (if it exists) be fairly simple to cut out.

Edit: I'm more glad that they're using an emulator, because it means that hacker/homebrew scene gets ahold of it too. No need to wait for someone to make one :rofl2::rofl2::rofl2:
 
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Has anyone tried to swap out the roms yet, or is that coming up next?

Just seeing the simple fact that the roms are hardcorded should mean we SHOULD be able to change out the roms.
Though strange how they're checking the hash aswell. Perhaps anti-modification, but that should (if it exists) be fairly simple to cut out.

Edit: I'm more glad that they're using an emulator, because it means that hacker/homebrew scene gets ahold of it too. No need to wait for someone to make one :rofl2::rofl2::rofl2:
That's what I'm waiting for. I'm having trouble unpacking my NCAs so I can't try myself
 

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Has anyone tried to swap out the roms yet, or is that coming up next?

Just seeing the simple fact that the roms are hardcorded should mean we SHOULD be able to change out the roms.
Though strange how they're checking the hash aswell. Perhaps anti-modification, but that should (if it exists) be fairly simple to cut out.

Edit: I'm more glad that they're using an emulator, because it means that hacker/homebrew scene gets ahold of it too. No need to wait for someone to make one :rofl2::rofl2::rofl2:

Give it time. If it works, or if it can be figured out, it won't take much time.
 

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What a shame, Nintendo. They are actually roms/isos then I am not buying it at all!!!! I will be fine with those on my emulators instead. Shame on you, Nintendo. What a cheat!!!

Yeah, refuse to buy it and miss out on an item with a pretty much guaranteed increase in value for collectors. If this game stays limited , then a sealed copy might sell for over a hundred bucks or more in a few years.

I'm not gonna let that chance slip just because it's basically just a package of roms and emulators.

If those emulators turn out to be injectable, Nintendo would have given the scene a nice present, actually. And even if not: The games do work as advertised. If people already decided to get the collection despite the lack of extra content, the games being run on emulators won't have much of an impact on that decision.
 
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